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carry it your way

So, What caught your eye? If I had a round of 115-grain 9mm ammo for every time I was asked that question during the past 2 weeks, I’d be the most popular guy at my gun range. And with SHOT Show 2019 very fresh in the rearview mirror, answers to that question come quickly and easily: Mossberg now has a striker-fired pistol with their MC1-SC 9mm. FN has expanded the 509 line. Stoeger — yes, Stoeger — launched the 9mm STR-9. Kimber is still buzzing with the EVO SP. Notice a trend here? Yup, you guessed it: The striker-fired 9mm movement continues … not that you should be surprised, and there’s certainly nothing wrong with it. If that’s your bag when it comes to carrying concealed — I carry a striker-fired…

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know your cartridge

The .327 Federal Magnum Historical Notes: Introduced in 2008 by the Federal Cartridge Company, the .327 Federal Magnum was an attempt to improve the performance of the .32 H&R Magnum. Factory .32 H&R Magnum ammunition, as per SAAMI specifications, is not loaded to the cartridge’s full potential. This is due to the weaker H&R revolvers chambered for this cartridge. Cartridge performance for the .32 H&R Magnum can be substantially improved with handloads when fired in Ruger or Smith & Wesson revolvers. The .327 Federal Magnum takes this performance to a new level. This is accomplished by increasing the case capacity and loading the cartridge to a substantially higher pressure (45,000 psi) than the .32 H&R Magnum, which has 21,000 CUP. In fact, the .327 Federal Magnum is loaded to a higher pressure than…

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industry news

Where Criminals Obtain Their Guns As of late, the panacea to all gun crime has been universal background checks. At least, that’s the line sold to the American public over and over. But does the claim have legs? Not according to a recently released report from the U.S. Department of Justice. The multi-decade study asking criminals how they procured the firearm they used in their felonious misadventures found that “90 percent did not obtain it from a retail source.” You don’t say. So, if it wasn’t the local gun store, where exactly did these miscreants obtain a firearm? According to the study, more than half (56%) had either stolen it (6%), found it at the scene of the crime (7%), or obtained it off the street or from the underground market (43%).…

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letters to the editor

Testing Wet Ammo I found Richard Mann’s article, “Tested: The Effects of Moisture on Ammunition,” in the February 2019 issue of Gun Digest, to be incredibly informative and eye-opening. His conclusions, regarding moisture on hunting ammunition and moisture on personal defense ammunition, were most intriguing. I get what he’s saying about hunting ammo being held to different standards than personal protection ammunition — but, after reading that article, I’m not taking anything to chance with any of my ammunition. Thank you for continuing to provide articles that dive deep “into the weeds” with details. –Mark Neilsen Omaha, Nebraska Hey, Mark. I appreciate the note, especially your comment about diving into the weeds. I’ve got a Post-It note that’s stuck to the wall above my computer screen that reads, “We go one step farther.”…

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digital/new in the store

FROM THE ARTICLES AT GUNDIGEST.COM FROM SHOT SHOW 2019 4 Great New Guns For 2019 There were plenty of new guns at the 2019 SHOT Show. Here are four that caught the eye of the Gun Digest edit staff. HOW-TO ARTICLES How To Run A Lever Gun With proper technique, the lever-action rifle can be ideal for hunting, self-defense or general-purpose shooting. GEAR REVIEWS Review: Sako Model 85 Bavarian Sako’s Model 85 Bavarian sports a very unique action and stock combination that pair exceptionally well for in-field accuracy. AMMUNITION The .358 Winchester: King Of The .35 Caliber One of the best non-magnum .35-caliber cartridges, the .358 Winchester is both accurate and effective. SOCIAL SPOTLIGHT…

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concealed companions

COLT KING COBRA It’s not the return of the Python, but revolver fans will still likely rejoice at the reappearance of a .357 Magnum in Colt’s double-action revolver catalog. Optimized for concealed carry, the new King Cobra is a slick and compact package, offering the controllable power of the granddaddy magnum. With a 3-inch barrel and 28 ounces in weight, the six-round revolver is right-sized as a primary carry piece. Hogue over-molded grips, Colt’s leaf-spring trigger and high visibility brass bead front sight ensure the King Cobra delivers when you need it most. And it’s a looker. This snake gun is meant for business. MSRP: $899 SPRINGFIELD ARMORY 3.8- AND 4.5-INCH XD-E A little can go a long way, especially when you’re talking barrel length on a pistol. With less muzzle flip and an…